The cargo industry is facing significant capacity shortages and demand uncertainty as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Cargo companies need to rethink their strategies. From air and ground operations to more effective use of data-driven decision making, cargo players need to work with stakeholders in the entire value chain to drive improvements and be prepared for the future.
We understand that the air freight industry requires market knowledge and specific methodologies. That is why, our dedicated cargo team partner with you and take a tailored, multi-disciplinary approach to all projects. Our experience with cargo traffic, logistics operations and wider aviation infrastructure expertise, means we can better assess your current situation and support your future needs.
Together with our sister company InterVISTAS, we offer data-driven strategy, forecasting and competitive assessment insights designed to guide your future growth. Our track record of working with global airports, airlines, ground handlers, forwarders and customs – gives us a unique perspective on the opportunities and challenges you face.
THE NEED FOR FLEXIBILITY
The coronavirus is challenging air cargo operations in terms of capacity issues (lack of international belly lift, health risk affecting cargo staff) and demand uncertainty (timing of economic recovery by market and various fluctuations in commodity types). This demands increased flexibility, which our experts can help diagnose in terms of cargo & logistics processes and anticipated required changes. Advanced simulation tools can help validate processing capacity dynamically and help in preparations for plausible scenarios.
DISCOVER – CARGO ADVISORY SERVICES
Our advisory services have been developed around end-to-end support: from strategy definition through to facility planning, design and implementation.